The New Jersey Section of the American Industrial Hygiene Association (NJAIHA) is pleased to offer scholarships for the study and promotion of industrial hygiene / environmental health and safety for the 2018-2019 school year.
Up to $7,500 is available for award among the selected candidates.
- Scholarships are available for students who will be enrolled in the Fall of 2018 in courses leading to a degree in industrial hygiene or allied fields such as occupational/environmental health and safety.
- Recipients must reside in NJ (if attending college outside of NJ) or be enrolled in an accredited college in NJ.
- Previous recipients are eligible to apply.
- Minimum cumulative GPA is 3.0.
- Deadline for application is April 6, 2018. The recipients will be notified in late May and are invited to attend the June 2018 NJAIHA meeting and make a short presentation to receive their award.
- Applicants must provide the following:
- Completed scholarship application (Download Here or Submit Electronically Below);
- A statement on a single sheet of paper of why you should be the recipient of the scholarship;
- A copy or official transcript of records with GPA; and
- A letter of recommendation from a faculty member or course-related employer, but preferably the student’s advisor.
Applications and questions should be sent to Candice Kowalewski, Director of Member Services, at email@example.com.
New Jersey Chapter Elections – Derek Smith, Platform Statement
Posted: Mar 01, 2018
During the 8 years I have been in safety, paying attention to detail has been a vital part in providing and implementing a strong safety program. This includes the ability to communicate, document, and follow through on multiple platforms to execute a successful safety program. This is paramount in developing a lasting safety culture as well. These skills translate exceedingly well for a secretary, especially for an organization as strong and well run as the New Jersey American Society of Safety Engineers. As your secretary, it would be a tremendous honor to aid in the continuous success while building on the great foundation previous and current executive board members have worked so hard to construct. Thank you!
Managing Fall Hazards – Free Training
Posted: Jan 31, 2018
Rutgers School of Public Health is offering free training entitled, ” Expectations and Accountability for Managing Fall Hazards inMultiple Employer Construction Sites.”
Falls continue to be the leading cause of serious injuries and death on construction sites. Controlling contractors exert the most influence on multi employer job sites and set a general tone for work. This is often referred to as a “culture of safety.” The OSHA Susan Harwood sponsored fall prevention training will address:
1. Fall protection as a general condition on construction worksites
2. Examples of multi-employer roles & responsibilities
3. Fall protection training requirements
Click HERE for more information including how to register.